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Bahasa

Country nicknames used in the Indonesian media【it takes a lot of sense to describe another country in one word】

2020/7/24  

In the Indonesian media, nicknames are sometimes given after the country's name to create a lyrical atmosphere, and some of the nicknames are Indonesian translations of common names from abroad and others are given from Indonesia's own point of view to show how Indonesia views the rest of the world.

Bahasa

Indonesian related to the new coronavirus【How to learn to read newspaper articles】

2020/6/27  

Although unfamiliar words such as Karantina (quarantine) and Isolasi (quarantine) were seen and heard in the media about the corona disaster, the words used are similar to each other even though the news sources are different, and if you learn Indonesian words related to current affairs, it will be easier to use your associative memory if you learn them according to the themes.

インドネシア語

Bahasa

Phrases to improve the appearance of the Indonesian language【Modifying and varying the 5 basic sentence patterns】

2020/6/21  

In Indonesian, the adverbial usage of a noun followed by the suffix nya means that the object is "his/hers" or "its", but in everyday life it is simply used to emphasize the object, so it is faster to remember it as a cliche than to understand it grammatically.

インドネシア語の発音の問題を克服する

Bahasa

How Japanese people can overcome Indonesian pronunciation problems

2019/10/18  

It is often said that it is important to practice a foreign language and that if you move to an environment where you are forced to use it, you will inevitably learn to speak it.

接頭辞と接尾辞が単語のバリエーションを増やす

Bahasa

Prefixes and Suffixes Increase Word Variation【What is Flexibility in Indonesian?】

2019/3/25  

The fact that Indonesian is a romanized reading that is read as it is written, and words are not attached to each other and pronounced differently, means that the words are highly independent.

単語が音で繋がると表示された文字と発音が違ってくる

Bahasa

When words are connected by sound, the letters displayed and pronunciation are different【Comparison of English, Japanese and Indonesian】

2019/3/23  

It is said that Indonesian is the easiest language in the world to learn, and the fact that many Japanese living in Indonesia can learn Indonesian conversation in a short period of time makes it clear that Indonesian is easier for Japanese to learn than English.

英語に比べてインドネシア語が楽な理由

Bahasa

Why Indonesian is easier than English【The rules and articles within adverbial clauses for time and conditions are the source of the difficulty of English】

2017/8/25  

In my daily life, I am almost exclusively speaking Japanese and Indonesian, so when I am in a situation where I have to explain to a customer in English, I am usually stuck for words and speak unintelligible English. If you are staying in Indonesia for a long period of time, I'm sure many of you have this problem.

インドネシアが長く住みやすい理由

Bahasa

Old-fashioned expressions in Indonesian

2017/4/26  

Examples of changes in the old Indonesian script are Soeharto (oe changed to u), Jogjakarta (j changed to y, Tjinta (tj changed to c) Moesjawarah (sj changed to sy), Djakarta (Dj changed to j) and Njonja (Nj changed to Ny).

言語構造の違いを理解した上でその言語で考えるということ

Bahasa

Thinking in that language with an understanding of the differences in language structure【Indonesian, which is thoroughly connected to the modifiers behind it】

2017/2/27  

In Indonesian, there is a major rule for verbs: "me/men/mem/meng/meny" with the prefix "me/men/mem/meng/meny" is active, "di" without a prefix is passive, and "kan" (with some exceptions) is added as a suffix when the object is taken.

インドネシア語で目的語に重点を置いて受動態で書くこと

Bahasa

Writing passively in Indonesian with an emphasis on the object

2016/5/29  

Passive is used only in the third (S+V+O), fourth (S+V+O+O), and fifth (S+V+O+O) sentences of the five basic sentence forms of English grammar with an object.

関係詞から欧米とアジアの言語文化の違いが垣間見える

Bahasa

The relatives give a glimpse of the differences between Western and Asian languages and cultures

2016/5/29  

If the antecedent happens to be a place, time, reason, or method, it's a relational adverb, otherwise it's called a relational pronoun, and a preposition + relational pronoun is replaced by a relational adverb.

インドネシア語のプレゼンで間を持たせる接続詞と前置詞

Bahasa

Conjunctions and prepositions to give me time to think during my Indonesian presentation

2016/5/28  

In Indonesian presentations, daring to pronounce it slowly to pause and think about the next line of dialogue is useful for conjunctions such as dan kemudian and maupun and prepositional phrases with secara and dengan.

インドネシア語の接頭辞と接尾辞は無理なく発音しやすいように自然に変化した結果

Bahasa

Prefixes and suffixes in Indonesian are the result of natural changes to make them easier to pronounce.

2016/5/28  

Indonesian prefixes include pe, which makes a noun, and me, which makes a verb; if the initials are (P disappear, B) then pem(mem), if (S disappear) then peny(meny), if (T disappear, C, D, J) then pen(men), otherwise it is peng(meng) or the original pe(me).

インドネシア語の文章を書く際に気を付けていること

Bahasa

What I pay attention to when writing Indonesian

2016/5/24  

There are three things to watch out for in order to make Indonesian look formal: prefixing verbs, writing passively with emphasis on the object, and accenting with prepositional phrases and conjunctions.

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